Our Community

All of our doctors at Green Eye Associates enjoy using the gift of eye care to help those in need, whether overseas or in Waco. We participate in a local program that allows school-aged children in need of vision care to receive an eye exam and glasses.

In 2014, we performed 40 eye exams and gave away 40 new pairs of eyeglasses to Waco area children and adults in need in celebration of Dr. Green's birthday. We're a regular sponsor of Unbound Waco's 5K race, and Dr. Green is a frequent speaker in Baylor University pre-health classes. She often has Baylor students in-office to shadow her as they explore optometry as a future career path. We also donated money to the Midway ISD Education Foundation in the form of a grant called A Clear Vision. Dr. Green is an active and involved member at Antioch Community Church.
Green Eye Associates provides assistance in-kind to people in need throughout our community as referred by social workers and other non-profit organizations. Dr. Green and Green Eye Associates were recently recognized by the Baylor Impact Awards with the "Waco's Finest Award." Read more from Dr. Green and Baylor about this honor here.

A Clear Vision for Midway ISD

Green Eye Associates had the honor of donating a portion of the funds needed for the Clear Vision for Midway ISD grant. This grant enabled the purchase of a Welch Allyn Spot Screener, a portable device used across all campuses to screen children for both refractive error (needed for eyeglasses correction) and eye alignment (need for strabismus). As a result, we’ve seen more students screened easily and accurately, and in turn, referred in for vision evaluations.


Baylor Cub Club Sponsor

Green Eye Associates is proud to be the presenting sponsor of Baylor's Cub Club, an organization for young Baylor fans. We provide free sunglasses for every member of the Cub Club. Sic 'em Bears! To sign your child up for Cub Club, click here.

Our Global Community

Dr. Green has been part of eye care teams to Honduras and the Middle East, where she spent many years with her family. In 2016, during the Syrian Refugee Crisis, she was able to go to Greece and love and serve refugees living in tents, waiting for resettlement. Her team was part of a large relief effort called "Engage the Crisis." Dr. Green was able to not only give food, water and clothing, but also reading glasses to many in need. In the coming years, she hopes to travel again to be a part of a team that brings the gift of sight to others.